The District records are available for public review. These records include Air Pollution Applications (APP), Authority to Construct (ATC), Notice to Comply (NTC), Notice of Violation (NOV), and Permit to Operate (PTO).
i.Facility Name, Address, or Identification Number;
ii.Facility Application Number, or Permit to Operate Number; or
iii.Facility Notice of Violation/Notice to Comply Number.
Direct costs of duplication are the following:
Paper copies: $.20 first page of each separate document plus $.05 per page for subsequent pages.
Scanned copies: $.20 first page of each separate document plus $.02 per page for subsequent pages, plus $10.00 for each CD.
Electronic copies (provided in an electronic format already maintained by the District) may be provided for free if sent electronically, or for the cost of each CD as specified above.
In addition, when records are requested in electronic format, the requestor shall bear the cost of producing a copy of the record, including the cost to construct the record and the cost of programming and computer services necessary to produce a copy of the record when either of the following applies: (1) the District would be required to produce a copy of an electronic record and the record is one that is produced only at otherwise regularly scheduled intervals, or (2) the request would require data compilation, extraction, or programming to produce the record. [Gov. Code Sec. 6253.9(b)] The District will provide an invoice for charges due along with the copied records. These charges are due and payable upon receipt of the invoice and the copied records. Non-payment of invoices could result in a requirement that requests for records be pre-paid in person before releasing the requested documents.
If you have any questions pertaining to the submittal of a Public Records Act request, you may contact the Public Records Staff at (858) 586-2600, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
ATTENTION REQUESTOR: To expedite your request for District records, please fill out this form completely, and identify specifically the type of records you are requesting. Please limit your request to one facility or one site address for each request form filed. Additional forms or pages can be used if requesting information for more than one facility or for records not identified on this form. Requests should reasonably describe identifiable records prepared, owned, used, or retained by the District. The District's Public Records staff is available to assist you in identifying those records in the District’s possession. The District is not required by law to create a new record. Before submitting a request, you may review the Document Library at APCD Document Library (sdapcd.org) for the records you require.